Photo of the Day: Shrouded in a Morning Mist in Taiwan

Morning mist seeps between the trees and hills of Shuishalian in Taiwan on May 17, 2014. (Mark Kao/Flickr)

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Photo of the Day: Shrouded in a Morning Mist in Taiwan

Morning mist seeps between the trees and hills of Shuishalian in Taiwan on May 17, 2014. (Mark Kao/Flickr)

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Book Excerpt: ‘I Am China’ by Xiaolu Guo

Xiaolu Guo’s ambitious new novel explores China through the perspective of a curious London-based translator. Author appearances at Asia Society Texas and Asia Society New York in September.

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Book Excerpt: ‘I Am China’ by Xiaolu Guo

Xiaolu Guo’s ambitious new novel explores China through the perspective of a curious London-based translator. Author appearances at Asia Society Texas and Asia Society New York in September.

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In the Philippines, Hearing Music as a Key Step on Path Toward Peace

Composer, percussionist, and musicologist Susie Ibarra is driven by a belief that the values in traditional music and indigenous culture can bring people together. In-person appearance at Asia Society New York tonight, July 30.

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In the Philippines, Hearing Music as a Key Step on Path Toward Peace

Composer, percussionist, and musicologist Susie Ibarra is driven by a belief that the values in traditional music and indigenous culture can bring people together. In-person appearance at Asia Society New York tonight, July 30.

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Photo of the Day: Mountain Silhouettes in Vietnam

Bright orange rays streak the Vietnam sky on May 3, 2014. (hermitsmoores/Flickr)

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Photo of the Day: Mountain Silhouettes in Vietnam

Bright orange rays streak the Vietnam sky on May 3, 2014. (hermitsmoores/Flickr)

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Video: Watch Huang Ruo Discuss His Critically Acclaimed Opera ‘Dr. Sun Yat-sen’

The New York Times hailed Huang Ruo’s new opera Dr. Sun Yat-sen as a “humanizing tribute.” At Asia Society last December, the composer discussed his desire to create an opera with a “Cantonese flavor.”

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Photo of the Day: A Rin gof Light in Hong Kong

A view from the bottom of a cylindrical building in Lai Tak Tsuen, one of the first public housing estates in Hong Kong on May 1, 2014. (yukikei/Flickr)

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Photo of the Day: A Rin gof Light in Hong Kong

A view from the bottom of a cylindrical building in Lai Tak Tsuen, one of the first public housing estates in Hong Kong on May 1, 2014. (yukikei/Flickr)

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Interview: Eric Liu on the Chinese American Dream and ‘Hybrid’ Identity

Prior to his talk at Asia Society Northern California on July 29, Eric Liu, founder and CEO of Citizen University, discusses what it means to be Chinese American today.

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Interview: Eric Liu on the Chinese American Dream and ‘Hybrid’ Identity

Prior to his talk at Asia Society Northern California on July 29, Eric Liu, founder and CEO of Citizen University, discusses what it means to be Chinese American today.

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Photo of the Day: Nepal’s Multicolored Residential Plains 
Against Nepal’s mountainous skyline, multicolored residencies populate the land. (Eugene Kaspersk/Flickr)
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Photo of the Day: Nepal’s Multicolored Residential Plains

Against Nepal’s mountainous skyline, multicolored residencies populate the land. (Eugene Kaspersk/Flickr)

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Interview: Modi’s India Could Be a ‘Less Caring Society,’ Says Stanford Scholar 

In Narendra Modi’s India, argues Stanford Professor Thomas Blom Hansen, “structural violence” may replace “open violence” toward Muslims and other minorities.

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Interview: Modi’s India Could Be a ‘Less Caring Society,’ Says Stanford Scholar

In Narendra Modi’s India, argues Stanford Professor Thomas Blom Hansen, “structural violence” may replace “open violence” toward Muslims and other minorities.

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Photo of the Day: A Medley of Colorful Umbrellas in Laos
Traditional, colorful, oil-paper umbrellas clustered like flowers in Luang Prabang, Laos on May 10, 2014. (Attila Terbócs/ Flickr)
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Photo of the Day: A Medley of Colorful Umbrellas in Laos

Traditional, colorful, oil-paper umbrellas clustered like flowers in Luang Prabang, Laos on May 10, 2014. (Attila Terbócs/ Flickr)

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